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The BlockRx Project was mentioned in a publication from the International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group. The note, “Beyond Fintech: Leveraging Blockchain for More Sustainable and Inclusive Supply Chains investigates the non-FinTech implications of Blockchain Technology, including the Pharma supply chain, and it is part of a series of notes that…

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The BlockRx Pharma Ecosystem ties together five subsystems which are involved in the pharmaceutical supply chain: Manufacturers, Distributors, Clinical Trials, Patients, and Regulators. The diagram below shows how the subsystems interact with each other through the Blockchain and ADLT™. So, what is each subsystem and how does it interact within the Ecosystem? Manufacturing – this…

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     The management of Clinical Trial has so many different moving parts and participants that people often ask “How is Pharma ever going to improve the Clinical Trial process?”  Well, there are several challenges that are universal to all Clinical Trials.  For example:  Site Selection, Investigator Enrollment, Patient Enrollment, Data Management, Sites Advertising, etc….

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A message from our Director of Pharmaceutical Solutions, Dr. Robert Panetta. The BlockRx Pharma Ecosystem Components: ADLT The BlockRx Pharma Ecosystem is built on three components: the Blockchain, the BlockRx Token, and the Advanced Digital Ledger Technology (ADLT™). The ADLT translates legacy data for the Blockchain, so Pharma can continue using their existing internal systems. It is…

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Collecting and Protecting Patient Data

The goal of any clinical trial or post marketing surveillance effort (Phase IV studies) is to collect patient level data to evaluate a drug’s effectiveness while protecting the identity of the patient from those researcher evaluating the results of the trail. The challenge in this age of readily accessible personal data is to identify ways…

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A contract by any other name is still a contract. In essence, they are legal agreements between two parties. Josh Stark, a lawyer at Ledger Labs, had defined Smart Contracts as:” The use of computer code to articulate, verify and execute an agreement between parties. Whereas a typical contract is drafted using natural language, the…

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Over the last year, we have spoken to many different organizations about their vision for using ADLT™.  In many cases, their challenges lie around bridging systems that don’t easily communicate with each other and data security/integrity. The challenges for the management of clinical trials are the same. One of the first challenges those coordinating clinical…

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In an effort to support the Pharma community, iSolve has developed a presentation and demo to help Pharma Manufacturers, Wholesalers, API Providers and Retailers, understand the concepts of the Blockchain and understand how the Blockchain and ADLT™ can support their business initiatives. Our presentation and demo provides a visual understanding of how our ADLT™ solution…

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Recently, I began reading a book called Only Humans Need Apply. The book focuses on the next technology revolution “Cognitive Computing”, which encompasses big data, deep learning, neural networks, automation, and AI, and its threat to knowledge workers. The one point that stuck out in my mind is that all of these technologies are potentially…

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Finally, 2017!  For those of us involved in Blockchain Pharma initiatives, 2017 is going to be a very exciting and challenging year!  The Pharma industry, which include Providers, Manufacturers, Wholesalers, 3PL and Retailers are working diligently to expand their Blockchain footprint by leveraging additional business units to utilize the Blockchain  as a method to provide…

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